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2 The Tarboro Southerner. Thursday, .,j? (;Rt'VkR Jt UwTia", :Nety nape, Adv-rtWi. Aets No. 4'SoJiU, C-t, Baltimore, Md.;arc duly ;uthr r Ji ...contr.ct ft-r advertisement at or ' Advertisers i that City arc reunested to leave ttieir favors with this. house. TA KBORO MARKET. Reported and Corrected weekly by II. 3D. TEEL, T!IE BmER TOWNSHIP. Mfft-'Bfc yW"-St-r Tournament -.anji Ball at LEWIS' STOtyE. Y DKALER IS riv Goods & Groceries. MAIN STREET. Torn, per bushel Weal, " Pens, f... Rnoon IlngRouad. .... . . . Hams. Lord. pr lb...... . ' Eutter Country Firkin... rotatoes Sweet, per bushel Irish, per bushel. . Tallow, per lb...... Eaprs. per doson Oh ie'ieivs Fowl .flaps, per lb. Jteesax, Kr lb 1 !m.f iut lb. ........ . ...... Dried Apples, per fK , 10 ets Amde Urandv. per gal $2 25 Vinegar, per gal Urape Juic, per gal Fresh Pork, per lb Co ets 75 els 7.r) els . .12 els .. .10 ts ; a? .0 els 50 c's 60 ets $1 . . , 10 Ct8 .15 to 20 clsi '25 c's . . . . . .4 C S 2A ets 28 ets . ...fi io 8 ets Gkand Time ' Anticipated TEr,BFAUTY AND G.VLLAg IBY ,11 ife )SjlKS TO UK ON HlND .lsT F 1 Manaokus, -Marshals,' &c. Grim war ha its trophies peace its ardent supporters pleasure its , eager votaries. ' .That good old Buffer Tb4shSpvJ. 10. of our good old Coijtf, Bljecorfibe, pro poses, on thi 20th of February next, to combine all tee 'qualities iu a Grand Tuuj-iumeiH :itl - IiUv"reH-wil! fully tlomon-ttrate ilsg?tantry on'"h'orse back tlie ps oiiciuncy of its peaceful citizens as (lemons! rated by their cuIjuijryropjfat!oiis and above alt its fove lines and Intelli gence in the matter T womanhood. For all these i eqai!te$r -Township No. 10. s pre eminently noted, and we can confidently predict a grand and successful affair on the 20th of February. . ' The Tournament will "be "held at Lewi Store, arid we are requested to give notice that allkniphts of the County and from a distance will report their names aud char acters to the Secretaries one week previous Memorial Akbociatiom Ncckssitt for A cTionOi eon e mm h uw high n" ff-1 spect for tbe good sense and patriotism of .die ladies of JTrptsinnJ vicinity to sup pose $A,Ut fill Wf9rgA" taose holy iiics-Sr at)hf rnfterfaketf by lfierniu memory of the Conf derate Dead occasion, and still more fully appreciate the obligations restiug apon tbjjin jne nam of J.he gallant Southern Deai. - "imply idesire iri fliis connection ta: call the attention of the Ladies ilemoriaf Assocfatioii to the' coi fiitiin of tfi grave in tbe Town Cemetery. The plaid, yet appropriate-, boards placed a few years since at the head of the grave of every Cojfediftrnte Soldier have iu some in stance defeyeiP'and'diappeared; in others they have fallen dewn and been moved hither and thither tyy oft tie and Uos In a short TinW the' Annual'' Southern Decoration Day will come around, at which t be Sknatob McOabb. Somiewjll-dg fit to censure our co irse iu referring last week in a courtus manaer to the Radical Senator, Mc'AMcCab; -They mtgnt liave wasted their superflu ous party spirit in a more profitable rnan- Weknow thaUhaMegt campaign aud shown lueir Fnrv 'a'v 1Ury, "oo rruu(wi wmyo than by casirg ioiiOuationj upon us. well known that .we kive never yet giveji j quarter to Radiealism either from tbe btmspp or it the Socthebker. vTethaW ot failed to c-indeinn where 'feondemnaiion "was das and we have the ruanlinass to acknowledge anything com mendatory in oCr opponents, ..Radical to the 20th. . . . -JO ets , . .35 ets ....8 eta MATTERS. Full arrangements for th Tourjiainent have not yet been completed, but 'we ac ) authorized to state that three. (3) ring! will be Vised, according to the recognized rules. Further renlationsUl b,e duly announced m the Southkrxer. A G 'aml Ball will take plaee at nij;ht, lor which purpose, (and that alone) a large and handsome building will be constructed . Ia this connection we are requested to state for the benefit of all visitors that the neighbor., including Mrs. Nancy Sugg, Mrs. Martha Oates, Messrs Hiram Webb, R. S. Pitt, R. S. Lewis, Calvin Pitt, Levi Walston and M. B. Atkinson, will keep open houses, and invite the company of all. The follow "if gentlemen constitute the officei s- . V. B. Sliarpe. Chief HtTshal. (The as sistants will !'e nniionnced hereafter.) John I. Lew i, Treasurer. STATE Some SI 2000 have been pubscribed by tbe citizens of Yt? i'mingtou in aui ol the proposed Jewish Syn .ogue. Tlie cio hou of Mr. Noah Kipgs of Scotland Neck, caught fire on Mon day. The flames were d:scovered in time to sunnress thesa befoie much rr damage was done- Dr. George Grham, son of Hon. W. A. Graham. w"ho has boen in At lanta, Ga.. for a year or two past, h returned to bin nitive State an I pur poses to set 1 i;i Uaieii and devoU' himK specially and exclusively 0 the Kye od Kar. Tt is esti-nit- i thif there are 1 300 chUreu i'i Wdiiiuto-i to he bej fit ted bj the p-ofosed i'ree 'Clio'-. and t ie epttiuatei cost to ruu tiiem is 7 ("KlO n.r aniiU'O. The aid f rom the iVahody f'lud Asl'i fiom tha State wi 1 j L amount to S3 oOO, and ihf city l e- v- , , ui.' Meak Thisus. No OJie can deny tbe et ti ett d to make up the bulince. . . . . 1 j isH'iiee ot many mtaa t.'.mg It is mean Tl. C.mntv rnd Sta'e au hnmi. p ! to opvress a widow, mean to steal a set of oulu "O watch wuiy of the irareli?)Lf , ar'jial Ir-eth, mean to ridicula the cross 3 vi idlers who are gtiiti through the ! eyd orihe linmp-baeked. mean for a wid C'nnt'fy ,tu ' ' Ai i t js niiss'iriJ, suii as ower wi.o-.dylps his h-iir to ideep on a ' nice emigration av:nnt. bokanvl nip pfj- : pillow wit viout a cap, mean for da -cou to diefii. S'ld thi sellers ot lttcry aim i drink, mean for a bo;: to blow his bom f'ift enterprise tickets. Mi'.e thefi j when h's movher h-is the krac'iie. mean tor a ciwik 'o qn t the day be'e re a dining, Dr. W. Barnes , i. .... - - becretaries. L. s. 1 lusrpen, Levi Walston, Constructor nf Enih'.ings FLOOR MASAGKRs: D. C If Bamn F M Win-tcad E S Thipen Dr TV p.arin-s. ' Jo' n I I.eivit ! T B SuSg: HOX- MAXA'SE!!. Uiran Wel.b, V ! Sh.irpe li iS 1'iu Col XV h Knigl t I blui pe Levi alston di.or'e where they cheat and pu thcTi! j wl t-possible to krep iLei: Iroa doiut; hurn't im tuei hsjuy. ceremnies:wilJ,.o doubt, e observed, and another yearly "tribute paid fn tha memnrv of our dead defenders. Io the meantime . we would respectfullyl suggest that tlie Association taKe mio con sideration th condition of the Cemetery, and take proper action to have the grave mounas restored and the head board re novated. In this holy work we can confidently pro- misethem the active and hearty co-operation of our male community. AH of which is respectfully submitted. CapcFkar AgiucoxI dual AssociaTTo. Colonel A. A. McKoy, President of tbe Cape Fear Agricultural Association, has appointed the f lowing gentlemen mem ber of the Executive Committer for the year 1S73: W L DeRosset, Wilmington. . .. F W Kerchuer, J A Willard, " W A Cum.i;ing , ; - Dr V G l homas -- John D Taylor, Brunswick. 15 F Arriuton. Waiw. i-' J U Thigoen, E ;ecoiubjp,' 1 C W Met'lammy, New Hanover. G orge Z FrtucB, " I .'ike A i'owe!', .a&jpson. E E RurrniM, H iUuuig.oa. r; . i i" Dr 1 B Cur, " ' Death cf an Old Rbsidext. llrs Margaret E. Ilauiscy, for many years a resi dent of K eky Monet, died in Wilmi: gton, Del., ,.u uvs 1-tii hist., in the 53th year.ot her it.-e. H r remains ivAelied tii.rs place on ihe 11 A M iraiii last TinsJay, aud wen buried iu i he jar 1 "of tBe M". E. Churchr )f which she a.it c ns;vtent and Lfe long me:ul r. She leaves a Lott of frie ids to mouru her loss. J'aif. Vboagh they be' T 1 " ' x , . Wel cmfidr'llrJ!cCabe ohf' of tb bwS "Capet-baggers" (if any one so ca'ds him) left in thei5Wtel and fco Jong as' he" faith, fully looks"' i Ue lnteSrests of be' section left In hisVfiandsr we shall endeavor to en cfcutae him'by our oie. f ; ? r ' ffhe forgets the ebligationa he Las as sumed, we shall be tbe first to condemn bin. , .7 A Bio Slow. That indefatigable com mission and guano merchant, Mr, J. B- CofHld, has raised acrowa Main Street, in front of his new brick building, a mams moth iwinging sign, showing it to be the Guano Depot where planters can be sup plied. 'You know how the old thing works, Go and see it for yourself." Tesriblb Accidekt A KsQko Girl Burned to Dkath. Once in awhile we are called uuoa to record 'the occurrence of accidents that canse a feeling of horror - to pervade our entire being. Such is tho case now, the particulars of which are as follows: . On Sndaj last a young legrogirl named iFaany ieffaraon, aged about -16 year a, and living upon the lot of Mrs. Robt. Norfleet, was so fcerioaily burned that, death result ed in a Vew ayt. ' ' It beems that the unfortunate girl was subject to fits and itjis presumed ) one of tbese attaaks she fell from her chair into the fire. The Jiether was attracted to the i . room .hy. the jieculiar niell of burning fleshy kid V;i 'enterimi a iiorrftjfe ght was presented iu the ap3Arase of r daughter.Jier face end neck resting in the H e and horribly disfigured and scarred. Medical assistauce was ppecdily called in aud everything done to relieve the suf ficing of the poor being, but without avail, A rosoiutio'; to impeach R. M He -rv Ka.. Soii.-it.or of the 12-b-J udiciul J)isiirct,' has been introduced int Ie 'i' iiuri . The charge is drun tlie. : mean to sm ke in the parlor, and m-auei j st:!l f r a.-iyb.idy to o'j.-ct to one's sminkim; ; i:i the parlor: i All toe- thin; are mean but t! e Index I I very ju-:ly says it knows a tli; g, in co:u i p.iri.st-n with the meanness of which tb. s? arc n it to he c.iiiit"e I. If you should at a-iy tim wish to get a view of j-ist t'ue meanest thiii'z that cau ba ! fouut! on this great e'irth of onr-t, then we j urge you to turn yoSr eyes upon the hid eons wretch who spits on tha floor of a j church. He is prince asi mj petty viiliiius. j It is no decent, pcrfnrme-ice ;f.ir a ftllow to so lirt hid embittered saliva c;' tha flior of r,K Killed. Mr. William It i rt !'nvate lvr'"r' who wonM try such Wil-.-iuus k.ht-d a genuine e!k down ! a "1'l'-r ei'pl-. would. g-ar.iSly. bo kicked li e Ko,m i-C riv.r near Si H WrHu;.- 1 ont ia,wtKe wet reward forhi-, tr-uble. fome time lat week It weighed ttirce j 15 1 t:,at won'J be a t!1Viai or,'nc! V hundred ronndswus lour F et u.u wit'- thfi morer who would spit on the 5Ka !.;..! at fl-.; 1.5n Ti o i.or.-.s i floor of the Holy Sr. net nary. nes aid tuipicity to atteaJ to bas ilies. . lirM ha.a also be?n preferred ti"a!ttst Mr StiileyvSeHatw trow Tr rel, list &, i by Alex M.-Ivei, E , Superiiiteii'1-Mit of I'ublic I istruction . f.,r olitainin money from tho IWojJv Fund under laldc pretences. Tive Presbyterian Churchas have been recent y orgauiztSd, in' the Ur.itory lying between the Wilmington & Veldon and tlie Atlantic &. Xr'.h Carolina railroads and the owi ctc-ast. l L't kiXutfortu Lixtls ()xts. Sev rrii diseases are psvailiug ' about, town whiei will,' no dou'af, canse' arl anxious mo hers to-kcp a eareftil wftich and ward over their llU'cws. ho;. piag Cough, lleasles, and Dij)the- r a is coujuion out we ar? nappy io on Lost. Lost on Monday or Tuesday a Gold Shirt Stud. It is in the form ot the letter E, interwoven with dark hair. In formatioti, will 1e thankfully xiceived by W. P. MTfiliamsbn, or Editor Sotf ueb'xgb. m 9 m ' Ocb Expksb AGEStT.-FuHf more than a Tear past Mr.' A. Mlllspaug , proprietor of the 'Howard Hotel,' has been tbe Agent fjurthe Southern "Ex pres Ceropany Tour ing that ti&e heVas 'perrorafdhis many and vexatious juries tpljip entire satisfae ti.iu of the pubfic; and, we here, take this pMrt unity of expressing to him mr ,ob- figatifu M-'.Oiuoy.ftlnilnesse and .donrte. off14gcpe 9?tS f f0 he con gratulated upon the fact tJiat the negro M&tp i WCSt jJlsrespHtihle character, has been deprived ol ins seat' in the House of Representatives, ";The ejectinent aud the fjcts attend ing it. are. thus explained by the liai eigh correspondent oi the Wilmington Journal. ' '' ' .' ' It will Vh remembered that "tSe scat of Mabson, a pitting" colored Rer-re sentative from Edsreoombe ountv. bas been contested . On Saturday the rotniiftee'oi? I'rit :leges and hioctions icporieu aoverseiy io nis ciuiui. itie turning poiritln this caso was about as follows:; Mb?on was a citizen of Edgecombe at tone time dnrinyr the year 1871; about December in that jefrAe went a Beaufort "county, and mere launc acnooi lor two terms ot four moutlsaach prior to tbe August election, held in the year 1871,. upon the Convention question, he was du v registered ia Beaufort county, afi'e'r taking; the oatha required by Uw. On election day he voted in Benufoit oourty. -' : 5, To rebut . this evidence, going to ibow a eltango of domicil. Mabson made affidavit that it was never hie intention to abandon LU domicil in KdgecornbeJ that, he was only tempo rarily aojouruing io Beaufort, that he had left bis effects in Tarboro, &c : and that he registered and voted uuder a. niiftapprchensloti of the law and ol hia rights ia the premises, i:c The commt'tee were of opinion that about the best evidence that could be given of domicil was the act of taking tbe oaths required by hw of a citizen of a coflntyjpf Jf tp" his" registration in that cbtruty, the act of registration and the act Lonofc. f; It would, in :ee.l, he a ctrrioaa 'tniag if a rasn ehoull be al lowed to make .out. his title to a feat in the legislature by proving that he took a ioremo , oath contrary to law, and that lie registered and voted un lawfully t. If tho report of the com mittee shall be concurred in, a new election will be ordered. The purest and sweefest Cod-TjTer7 OTn is Hazard. & .Caswell's, made on ti e sea shore from fresh, selected liver?, by Cas well. Hazard & Co., New York. Ii is ab solutely pure and weet, Patients wro hav'etuken it prefer it to all othersu. Phy sicians have decided it superior to any of tbe other oils in market. Dr.2d-l,2w. The question has otten been asked by those interested, ' Can I Lave fny gray hair restored to its natural color wit hunt eoWMrnhB jliii?aji(l can my thi locks be thickened upf'r U'e answer, -Jt can;" and would advice you to read a treatise oix the hai-, which is published by It P. Hall & Co.. Nashua," N II., "who 'send it fre. upon application- They are the proprie tor of Hal's Vece'able" Sicilian Halt Re. newer. We learn 1 om U, tlto hair, in a perfect, state of health, is constantly allinc out, ami new hairs jrrow friirn the same tubes, but, in cuso of any disease of the scalo, or by the use of ak-hoHolic prepara tions, the har-tiihe becoiies contracted ai is month, and prevents the new folicc'e from reaching the surface. Their prepa ration will c-reute a perfectly healthy con dition of'ihc acali, and by its ton:c pr.r eaties, vil preserve and" strena'hfn the roots o( the hair. Statesman, Des Moins, Iowa. EDCfATIOVlL,. OXFORD is Is choo!. o : J. H. HORNER, ) R..H.GRAVESiPrIncipa?S- - THE SPRIKG TERM ILO BEGIN The SecABd Reriay la Jasaarj. Terms as here tc fore. . Oxford, N. C, Dec. 12, 1872. jany 2-lm NASH AOVERTfSMENTS. A. CAED. Town Cbekk, Edgkcombk Co., N. C, January Cth,18T3. J TO the worshipful Board ot Commis missioners for the County of Edge combe The unders'gned hereby resigns into your hands the office of Constable for Lower Town Creek Township, No. 10, which ofiicc he has heretofore held. If your worships lequire a reason for my re signation H is this; I have no person at home capable T attending to niv business. and, consequently, au unable to attend to tlie duties ol the oihce. lours. &.c. HENRY Y INBORN. MISSES AND MISS KOLLOCK Will resume the Exercises of . their School on ' FRIDAY, 7th FEBRCABY, 1873. Circulars forwarded on annlic.nion jan2-6t.t I hereby certify to the above state ment, and lui thei more, that Mr. Winborn is unlit for the dnties and those that would necessarily be imposed on him in said olDce. It. W. T. MACNAIR, M.D. WAKHEISTTOIST Female College, warrenton, N. C. T!HE SPRING ESSSION OF 1873 WILL begin on the 15lh January, and eon. inue 20 weeks. Board (exclusive of lichts and wh. ing), $70 00 ,. . 1 union ip regular course, $5.00. For full particulars, upi'vly to U 9 tit. T. M. i0ES, Prsf tf tb' stray bost Lnstrad tt pn jei;tin' out like the co-nmoo ileor. imh ieii back towards the neck efe fiat, bein' Bee -A mciie We bare orir del.ir3 ioa not entire! v on the gronnd of the aaucity of the place, but i .... ii .... t..i .1, ,t : ; n . ! a pl ica 1or assembly ana worsmp; ana hn .1 one t!i-ii thitlc Ooe of th lor feet was cloven and the le.r, pinbuil. havin been injured, wa-i as largo a f mans. Ater bring hot down he f light with depuration to .the last. 1'he meat tated rjt n iik" het-t Tetiis hi. lfe. wis ib-ubil-'ss i representative of IJs race iu Sect iou . lioajioke S' v:s. tin- The Baleieh Aw contain the fo1 lowiuit: Phillip Iliil, r;l .red. died near 1'ittshoro. N. C, on the 11th iu slant, at:ed 108 year. He wis former ly the Biave of Dr. Strou, of Samp-on crur.ty. farher of George V Strong Ksq., Dd afr ward- the slave -f the late Doctor F. J. Hill. He walked to 1'it-tjboto o every election day, ami always vottd lh straight Democratic ticke', ca-ting his last vote i'nr Greeie and Drown He was in the full enjoy rn!tt of his faculties to tho day ot h d at h. beiui; wo'iderfully well preserve ! nd bid fair Io live riiaiy years lonper, but his hous" catching on fire he ma le such active efforts to subdue I he flames, &c, as to complettly overcome liiui and he died in a moment. Ilia Iious. with iu contents burned to the ground. to pollute it is to trample oa the rights of others. Many who go to o ir p:iHic sanct uaries kneel during prayer, and if they i Have as a neighbor one ot these Ierociou.s ; and spouting toliacco-griirder?, they may t ar, j txiifcct to have to bow in tte black-pool.? of lav I his saliva, and rise agM'u wreaking with the tilth teat iins g'isaed lrom Lis 1110:1th. e liave some tiuio ago f;iveu UI' blasphemy, but if we "cr should g back to it, won't we let off at these church going heathens? Every church oaLt to instruct its sexton to break a stone spittoon over the head o! every offender. In fact, it would be a good plan to n quire a fellow who does this thing to get down there and wipe it tip with the t ail of his coat. If this should fail to abate the nuisance, we recommend the killing of two or three and 6ee- what effect that will L.ta-.ja scabck. hsaru that ia many secuo.js of the catutty, esp.-cialiy the upper porno::, much d.icnl:y has ht-u ex oer:cnc -d by planters in pbUiinitig a fuJl sup: ly of tabor tor ihe present year. A lurge liU'iilier of larmer have fai'ed to secure a lull q-iola, while others are serious ly (Jiieient. Vitb larui laixir comaiuudiug lroi.i u-n to thirt-n d lUaa's per mouth it is usioaibhing that Edgecombe should u-ot be fully fcuppiii-d. ' Vv hat has becom-3 of 'be lab n rs ? Save your mo-iev tv j;oing to the Hard ware u"u-.e .i FLUMMr.lt, 1-EWl-i & CO. laiU-a-, N. C, i-r cet .-piecie -l 11a. U SrnDKx Dsath. It is with sincere regret that we ii.-.ve berJ ol the sudOeu death of Col- T. C. Si :g etary. This s.d event took phie at Green Vil-e on Saturday uiht lust and has caused uuivetvil nigrot am ng his l.'.rg; circ't; of Jricn Is and acquain'anei s. ubU to say t a.t e.y few cases have proved , Kies hon .n, not on'y in capacity of luTtL . t bat as proprietor of the "tl iward Hotel." Should ot ier engagemetit re qntre him to leave Tarboro he will carry wiih hint the good wishes of many friends. GoiM'tacfxo Won Our lIouskeep4 and Truck raiser aoout town and vicinity have enmtaenced oper iiions, maby being erigsjiel pitting in thu grouo l the earlier product lors, wtnle otJiers not so desirous of the early crops are preparing their fnrnn lr for fut bto wt k. Iois ciMiticrtion well the attention of all to the 'large selection of Garden Seed at tbe.D ug.Stortf of Dr. L. LsStbn, whi-.-h. he ears, wi! be'sold at the very lowest price a ten cent paprr for flve cents . 1 m e : ' - Sparta. Bairnft--A we expected the discfutinuauee ol Spar'a Bridge, as a public work, ha created considerable excitement in the section most interested. Public opinion- seems to be somewhat divided : many protecting' against the act ion of the. roinaiissionets in thiw cutting them off frora traveling 'fommunicalion--wldle others say thy do not and have not neen the necessity of such a bridge. We have n- oriioiou on the subject and liaveboen hopin Hd induce a dfacnaiioii of the merits, or disadvantages, of the- work. Farmers who look well to their own in .terest'a buy all their Hardware. Mipplies at the Hardware House of FLU UU bit, LEWIS & CO., Tarboro, N . C. Borrowed Books. A ftiend. who has saffered from 'tlie evi! complained of, suggest? the following ankle op book borrowing: Oar 'own experience husbeen an ex. pensive ofie. A large number of our books areijfjQw 'otit on the borrow.' Some of than, our most valuable works. and may hjive been "out, for a year and more. AJLffjrt. on onr part to nave tnem oroiugor uoipe bavo proven Iruitless, and we havo come to the conclusion hat some of our 'book' friends' have no" conscience. Why, to borrow a book, involves certainly as sacred ad ' obligation as does the loan of the price of the book in mon - v. But-there are tnasr people who take a different view. Ve have loaned ou large number of books, and eth.-ips as. many dona were tnkeo irotu our sheiTes during our absence, an ! with out permissiou. 0;i!y in a few instau- ces are they returned. We hear the same complaint from other people wii are unfrturate enough to 'own books.' P. S. Hang 'em. SotTTHBRifEii Job Office- We would again call attention of the public generally to the superior inducements offered for executing Job Work in the Soctbebnkr office. It will be done up in a style equal to tlie best offices in the country, at rates as low as the lowest, 'and with a promptitude on a pai with the promptest. i 'We assure our merchants and business men in general, that now there is no necessi ty for them to send North to have their work printed, such as "bill-heads, letter-heads, tc . Leave your orders with the Southkrxer ftffice; the same will be filled in a manner equal to your wishes both in style and prices thus encouraging home enterprise Notice The tax paid by W. A. Mehe- gan, manufacturer of the Banker's C'gars, the Cniied Sutei Government for the year 1871, was One Tlfousind" Nine Hun dred ami Foi'ty-ieveu Dollars and Fifty Cents $;,047 50. This tax was paid by the manufacturer of the Banker's Cigar, and is a larger amount than the combined' payments of all the manufactu'ers ar.d dealers in'the City of Nif Ik, Va. Such evidence is pno!' positive of the merits of the above named Cijrars. Improving The many friends ol Mr. Henry B.yau. one of our most worthy and respected citizens, will bo pleas-ed to learn that his hea th is im proving. We egret, thoush, to hear ihac he contemplates moving to Oxford and makiag that his perma: ent home. The absence of Mr. B., will ba serious ly felt in this seetion and we congrat ulate our friends in Oxford on so valu able an addition to their populationi- Advance. - Still a Chance It will be re menibered that a.iew weeks .since we cent tbe special' Reportfr of the SouTirBNER down to Greenville for the purpose of "taking notes'' contern ins the haugtng of Edwaid Williams The hanging did nwt take plane, greats Jy to the disgust of the put lie general ly, a"d especially said Reporter An appel was lakeu io the Supreme Cnnrt wl ieh affirmed the judgment of the Court below. Mr. N. M. Lawrb'nck. It wi'l be Been by reference to our advertising columns that the above named geutleman, wcllnhd pop ularly known to the people of this .-edtron, has again comtneuced business as geutral Agent and Commission Merchant in Tar boro. , Mr. LavreitCe has beenengiged in this kind of business for a number of years, and now represents some of the finest standard fertilizers psed by our f a mers. His pKce of businets is immediately be low the Southerner office where he will be pleased to see those Wishing anything in his line.. , . i No Meetixg.- -The regular time: for the meeting of the Edgecombe Agricultural Society was Tuesday last. Ta Cou.NTTUainaKs. -rirfports Toa :h us ffoiai -I! s-. cti-nsof the -county concroniug i be had conult'cn of tho bri ges, especially tlie smaller ones, which ara said to bo ia tha moist dasgeroax state. , , ! We certiitily pay enough taxes iu Edge combq tokcp up S'-'cure bri Iges over o ir liigow'ays.au't the propyrauthortties should uegiect this important niatter no longer.-:. Left Us. Tho J?aitleboro Advance an noiiiices the arrival iu that place of Mr B B. Uuion, who, with his family, has recent: ly moved there aad a.ys: "It is quite an acc. snion to our growing twif to liave" such a wvufiiy aad -iv re ic iscizeu' clloiiso iis home in our mi 1st mi I we ex'.eu 1 :. him a c roial wt?lcui?. H t counn uced bus iness in Mr. Pipe's te-. store Hear the dipot. "Stop My Papbr." Not unfroqaemtly we.rec?iVj letters fVouj subscribers direct ing! the disciitjuuan:e of thiir paper, "the said letter being uuaceompjuijed by aay re mittance. '. " ' Turning to th books we find, to our as tonishment, that the writers are indebted to ua for several years, and, consequently, should wo strike their names off we should be minu such arrears. - We never fail to stop the paper of such wide-awake gentry, and, as a matter of c urso, have lost what they owe, as they think it a smart trick and never pay. We now give notice that such a course will be hereafter discontinued -and such parties are referred- to the following laws in regard to papers they will be in future rigidly enforced by the Southkrnkb. I." Any person who takes a newspaper regular y irom the posloflice whether di rec ed to his name ot another, or whether Le has subscribed or not ia responsible for the pay. ,2. Ii a pi rsou orders his paper discontin ued, he must pay all arrearages or the pub lisher may c ntiuue to send it until pay ment i. made, and coll, ot ; the whole amount Whether it is taken' from the office or uot. 4. , , ' 3. The courts-have decid"d that refusing Why do people read ail vertisemnts ! To ee whientcrpriin!J and to learn what ia joingon. loseeu mere is anytmng new. or anything that they want. ; To; sae if fhe season's styles have come in, and to find ont who has beB. To know ifny. rie is sell in Off at reduced ratesor to watch the chance pf an auction. For amusement To satisfy enriostity. Because they have read all the stories, marriage, birthsj deaths, teeale and accidents. JJecanse . they wgnt to. Because they, can't help lL ; ; i - . Farmer who look rell to their own in terest's bnv al! their." Hardware supplies at th Hardware House ot PLUMMER LEWIS & CO., Tarboro, N. C. Sexd for The Nkw York Argcs. an illustrated, indpendent Democratic News laaneri devoted to Choice Literature, lio rnnnbt. News, Ft.sMons, Agriculture. Horti culture. Arts. Science. Finance ad Com- merce. Subscription price, $2 per ani!nm in advance. Prospectus and sample copies free. AW communications should be ad dressed to C. P. Sykcs, Publisher. Post OBee box 5,165, New York. -, , . , ? ,i-- . : i ' 1 Garden SeiO). Dr. L. L. Staton, at his Drug Store, is up to the necessities of the times. 1e has on hand now for sale a splendid collection of Garden Seeds of .the most extensive variety embracing thdse'from all the' leading Florist and Seed Houses, Families will make a note of the same. tr i uVa rt uaa ar m wxv fS1 wt r m if m fninvfhu No meeting was held, and, consequently,, ffi ' - 1 , , -g. ( J CJ um-itiied for, is prima lacie evidence of m teutionai lraud. no report in the SocjthEkxkr this week. The reasoo of the failuie to meet we have not ascertained. Bad Bridoe. The attention of the pro per authorities is called to the condition of Bell's-Bridge. It has been reported to us as being in a very unsafe state and dangprons for the traveling public. - - ' See to it, ye Comity ofiVlals; and let nor the untimely end of some valuable life be laid at your doors. The finest selection of Studs, Cnffand Collar Buttons ever brought to that mar et at Bells . Call and see. Save vour money bv goinz fo the Hard, wire House ot PLUMMER, LEWIS & CO. Tarboro, N. C.t fur every species of Hard ware. jy.l6-3t. e i Baptist. 'Appointments. By Di vine permission. Elder P. . D. , Gold will preach io the Primitive Baptist Church in Tarboro. ihe first Saturday and St.n lay iirt'Vbniary. He expects to be present quarterly at the Church in Tafborn tf'or -th'e rrm'.ths of Feb ruary, aj August -pmi ioveiuber Public Documents. Our thanks are due'Mr. A McCabe, Senator from Edgecombe, foe a uumber of usciul and intcresljuti public docauients. Mr. DoJn, on Sa:iday n'g'it last. administered ;4 merited rebuke to the peri-oaa iu hisicooirregati'in who, by their indecorous coodnut, disturbed his bearers. . " . ' , Pity ye have o't Siore such preach ers. This ni'rivai'.c-d Medicine is warrented not to eoiit.-iin a ningle paiticle of Mercury, or any injurious rxii-jial Miustauce, but- is PURELY VEGETABLE. For forty years it has proved its great vain o in all diseases of the liver, bowels and kid neys. I housands of the good and great in all parts of the country vouch for its wonderful and peculiar power in purHyiiif; the blood. stinutlatio ; the torpid hver and bowels, and lmuartmznew luc r.ud vwor to tho whole sys- tesi. Simtnon's liwr emulator is acknowl edged to have no equal as a LIVEll MEDICINE, It cotitair.8 rnrrr'Tnciical element, never muted in the Samo bsppy proportion hi any utlier preparation, viz: a pentle Cathartic, a w lulerrai Ionic, an tiiinxeentionable Altera five an I a ct rtai i Corrective of ail impurities of the body Jsr.eli signal success has attend ed im use, that it is now regarded as the GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC for hver complaint and the painful; ' ffsprin toueo!. to wit. Livspepsia, eons! rpst ton, iann dice, billions attacks, siek head a he. colic. depression of spir ts. gur btoinach, heart burn, v--.; .Vc. Regulate tho liver and prevent CHILLS AND - FEVER. -Simmons' I aver ItRu'ator le liianiifaetured only bv J II. ZKlLiX cc CO.. . Iaorn. Ga.. and Philadelphia. rriee tl 00 per pticksiee; sent bv mail, post aire paid, f i.'fH. Prepared r-.ady for use fi.00 aud 51.0. hold uy a 1 Lrnfr;ist3. Beware o'all Cbunterfeitj and Imitations H1BRIED. Oa Thursday, 'the lGtliv af tbe residence of the Brides father. W H Hiiliard. Esq.. by ReG A Wlnbiker. Mr. Sa?i't Hymas, of Scotia -id Neck toMissMoixiE IIiliiai;; of NaiSf counfyi In Charlotte, N. C., ti tle 16th inst., at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Mr J. W. Millsr and Miss Ida L. Willi avs, both of that city. In Martin Coiinty, at the residence of the Brides father, H. D. Robinson, E :q., on Thursday, 16th inst.j by W W Watts, Esq.. Mr. Wilson OuTKRBitnioK aud Mi.ss Alice Robixhos, all of 'Martin County. SELECT oarding &. Day School, H1LLSB0I10', X; 0. Tb The FETTER SCHOOL HITTRELLS, 3T. C. FRED. A. FETTER, A. M-, Principal. CHAS. FETTER, A.M. Asspcite' Principal THE FOURTEENTH SESSICN WILL Begin ou THURSDAY, January 9th, 1873, and con'iu-ie twenty weeks. I lie celebrated water from Kitrells Springs is used freely and with happy effect bv Ixiys. hose heall h Tectum s it. 1 Board (includins Fuel aud Litrhtsl and Tuition, tllo. For Circular address either of the Prin- ADYERTISEJIESTS. Tii mm mm OF Jt C, BROWN, ON MAIN STREET. Is still fnll to overflowing vita a wagn!- ficent stock of . , . ; I" ci a's. dcc.l9-lm. TARBORO FEMALE ACADEMY. The next Session will onen tbe First Monday of Jan., 1873. A few Boarders can be accommodated. Terms: Board, includiptr Tmticn. 85 Tuition for Day 'npils, from tlG to 123 Jitisic ana umgitages extra. Charges made from time of entrance, and no deduction made lo a librter absence than one month. . kU Chargra payable ha'f In advnnce. References: JJev. J. B. Cheshire, D. D.; Hon. Geo. Howard; Messrs. J. L. Bnders; D. Pender and W. M. Pippen. For further particulars address Mrs. Gen. PESDEli, Principal. dec 12-6t. Fall & Winte a- O O B B, selected with a special alteatoa;te t! wnts and nccessltiee of this maiket. tils assortment of - - Ladies DRESS GOODS , - will be found anrivalled as to driLITr, QUANTITY aa PSICES containing tbe choicest selections of POFtlNS, blacx siLii '; ALPACCli, VELVETS, VELVETEENS,' , Ac, 6c. Ills assortment of such as Laces, Edgings, 4C., can not be surpassed. Particular atteution has been paid to bis SHOE DEPARTMENT, which embraces the finest specimens o.' Ladies," Goat's, Boys, Misses &. Children SEWED AXD PEGGED SHOES, in Morocco, Kid, Grain, Kip, Calf, te. la Grocery Department -'always fnl!! Est ' Factory Cheese & Orange C. Bsltir consfant'y on hand? SYRUPS at lowest cesh prices. Tho Highest Market Price Paid for O O T T O IV. 0 I K B. 1 vi- Near Tarboro. on tha 17th inst., Lcla. infant child ; oftEd ward and Fliilopena Zoeller, ageJ i Sa3a1li Uwutbs. At the residedce of M s. M irv W. Fow- ellWlalifareovifty is'IC'sf lTUh inst., MrAAiolRirJjlL'Dijt ia tie 67tli year af her age, witriw of the late Ben- jaiui n,D u ua, tZS a ! icjf nnj;,Shoas for many years a'iemby-r x?bi ' -the Raptit cnurcn. ' , , ,( ; - At the residence of Mr. PuVne)!, in Hal . fax, on the eveidug.of $u in,t , Mrs. TEJyi Allmjiook,' in "the" 73rd year of her age. She was the daughter of Com modore William and Mary Eaton. . : A Healthy Biastion . Life is rendered niifterahle when the di gestive organs are impaired. Food be comes repulsive, tbe lio It emaciated; tlie mind - depressed an- ' melancholy broods over.you. ..Tutt's Vegotahler Liver Fil's is .the .remedy wi ,Hw. rvi s;. tney produce t,ound digestion- crvte a good appetite, impart refreahino; hieep and cheerfuh'ess Chapped Hands, faco. rough skin, pim ples, ringworm, salt-rhne.m.and other -cu iapeoui affection .cured, and tbe. skin made soft and smooth by using the Juni per Tar Soap, mide by. Caswell, H.. asrd &,Co., NewYrk.'" Be certain, u get th.e Juniper Tar Soap, as there are: many w Tihlcss imitatiens mado with common tar. .j ' Hr.Zl-iaw. Extract from Telegraph and Messcpger, Ms con, G;w . " '. ' We had tested Its virtues personally, and know that for dpspepia, bilious . ess and throbbing hedatie arlsina; therefrom; it is tne best inenicitie tne woria ever saw. VTf had tried forty other remedies before the Simmon1 Lwer 'Jiegnlator, but nono of them gave ns more than temporary re'ief, tmt the Regulator, not only relieved, but cured nsr. i ; ' - Tvrv Teleokapf. , s. i. mmi k El DEALERS IX FUENITUEE AND Corner Main and Graaby Streets, NORFOLK, Va Janv 2-ly ISAAC B. GRAINGER, - . Prrsiijleni CIIAS. M. STEDMAN, Fice-Prwienf S.D.WALLACE, - Cashier ISAAC RATES, - AssistatJ Cashier 13 Sl TO" JEsL OF iigUs, Classical, AND Mathematical School, NEAR' - f SASSAFRAStFORK. . Granville County, N. C. rnHE SESSIONS of this SCHOOL Jt- begin on the First Monday of February and of August, a d continuejfor Twenty Weeks. Tuition, $25 per Session and Roard in private (amines at $12 per mor th. We refer, by permission to- Dr. A'. C. Harris and ReTv.' Edwd. limes. Sassafras Fork P. O.; Hon. A. W.V enable and R. A. Hamilton, Esq., Brownsville, N. C, and lhomis U. llutiter, Esq., Enfield, N. C. NATHL. V. WATKI.VS. I GOODRIDGE A. WILSON. C PriuciDals, Fot particulars address NATH. V. W ATKINS, nov. 21-10t Sassafras Fork, N. C. New anover Capital zni Sirplus, lizcd Capital, - $225,000 - $1,000,000 DIRECTORS. D. R. Mur bison, of Williams & Murchison !eo. It 1 reiieh, of Gi-o. .' French & Son H Voilers, of Adrain it Vollera J V HiniHi: , of Kprn-tt & Hinson C ii Sti dman, of Wright & tedinaa Tames A Leak, of Waiiesbnro M V'eddcll, of Tarboro, XC E B Borden, of Goldsboro, NO I. B. Gbaisger, Trcsident, GoJdsboro Branch. E B Borden President. R P Howell, Cashier. DLUECTORS: E B Bolder, W T Fairch 1h, W F Korncgay a J (jai:owuy, Herman ieiu JXr, T,uUvs IJjVjjy e' is tlarmle-?. If vou feel dull, uopm e it, drowsy debilitated; have lreepiuntiC;Uiauhe, mouti tastes Dal(y,, poor .itjipi-ute, uitil tonuue coated, wi'l art! siifiiiug la-oiu n-rpid liver Or"''Bdioiisnss.'' Ni.hoig wiiK-uio yu so siieedily add peraja.-tetittv sis D-. Pierce s G dden Medfcal' Discovery. "Can't, do WtTaoTjr i ri'-'-rThis is what Uie sage aud horse car ic-ompanii's, livery stable keepers, tmembej-s iof ihe turf, and all grooms and trainers say of the Mustunp Liniment. 1 hey "canV-di without it. And why? Because : it 'nfaUibly red ices the external swelling:?, &e,., which, under varlons names, tmpa.ir tlie usefulness aim value of the kiua; of piadrupeds,.Liid also because," for sprains, strains, o;il!s and Other itjrie to Whk-h hoise-rlet-h is liable it ii the moht- truMwoitliy prtparatioti in the market.- Yet these recommendations comprise only a portion- of its claims to public continence. During a period of more than sixteen years, it has been rec ognized as x specific -for many of the most agoniZ!Pg.diorder3 which, -iHl'ct the- hu- maa family such Ss rheubiatisiri, gout, neuralgia, lumbago. , tmdaiojeox, sor threat, earach, toothache: and rkewtse aa peerless ar-ulieaiioa for cuts, -bruises, buros ana scalds. - Tarboro Branch. M Weddell, P;es't.' J D Cumming, Cashier. DIRECTORS. .Tamra 5t Iff dm no, Fred Phillips, W G Lewis, Matthew WeUdeli. Issue s CcrtificfiteB ofliep'git bearine interes Is authorized by charter to receive on de posit moneys heid in trust by executors, ad- imiMB'rat rs, Kiiardians, vc-, 4c, ic. Soils Cheeks on New iork, Baltimore, Nor folk, J.iehmond, Petersburg, and all the cities ai d towns in North C roiina. Buys and sel.g gold, silver, bank bills, bonds, stoclis, 4c, iVC. Strict attention Riven to the orders and re quests of our country lriends by ma.l or other wise. iov. an, ii ;-:im CANCERS CURED. BF DR. .KLINE'S WONDERFUL AN I (iores5 which destroy and remove the caucer without the use- of the knife or loss of blood, aud at the same time, overcomes the tendency to cancer iu the system. We also tr at ad forms tf chmBic, long standing and obscure diseases; with ODpar- aiei el success, eppci:ay EP-pLBPS or fits Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ASTHMA, SCROFULA & Secondary Syphilis. Fend for Circulars call on. or address. ; E. II. GKEENE, M. D , Goldsboro, N. C. A. H. LINDLEY, 1L D., Charlotte, N. C. J. E. BEN1LEY, M.D., Sumter, S. C RALEIGH BAPTIST . Female Seminar)' F. P.. HofioooD, A. 5f ., Principal. " Rev. A. F. P.eld, A.M., Associate 7'rincipal. F. A Bc hlmas Professor ol Music. The Spring sessu-n will open on the . , 17th of FDRCART, 4873. The buildinc, havinjr been enlarccd. is spacious, commodiouaan handsome. ine Lacernry Department is provided with a select Library, a lame collection of Geologi cal Specimeus and a fine Philosophical and v ui-iinini Apparaius lue jlnsic Ik) artment is nrovided vith a large number of good Pianos, two Organs and & xiaip. 1 lie la ly teachers emnlovod are all First Class. Hoardimr Dunils are reouired to wear uniform dress. Bourd and English Tuition j-iuu j-ir session oi nvo momns. or particulars, apply for circular. j2-7t -:o: II. C. BUOW.N, e S-3n. TARBORO. EWhitlockiiCo. CLOTHING HOUSE, Tarboro. N. C. YX7E are now opening the Largest T Stock of Clothing ar.d Urv Ooodj in Tewn. TU"E Make the Finest as well aa v the cheapest Clut;.ing ia toe State YyE are Practical Tailors and Out v tcrs, aud Warrant all our Clothes to Pit. T7E make Clothing to Order of tb Fit Clolhfl inest Domestic and Imported XVTE have the greatest variety ot ' Wens. Hoys and Cluldrena Clothing-In the State. "V7E have Overcoats, Talmas, Capes and Shawls for Men, liiij-s and Children. IM7E have a splendid assortment of w f White Liaen Jiu Josoras and Color ed Cnse Shins. V"E have a Large Stock of Gent's and Boys Ucder.shirts & Draweri. Bingham School, MEBANEVILLE, N. C. I'ng Sup't. Col.W3I. BING fAM, Sup't. Jlaj. KOBT. BINGHAM, Acfr Capt. T. L. NoBW'uOD. Spring Session of 1873 opens Feb. 7 a- For Circulars address, Maj. ROBT. BINGHAM, J-J-it Acting Superintendent. ' St. Mary's School, . RALEIGH, N. C. Rev. BENNET SMEDES, A. M., Assi'j,rl THE -SIXTY-SECOND TERM OF THIS School will commence on the twenty-fi th of January, 187i sud continue until the 17th ofJun j. For a circulao' apply to the Rector. jany 2-lm, WE always keep the Latest Styles of Scarfs, Hows aad Gent's Neck Wear. WE "have a larce line of Ladies aud Geuts, Kid, liuck and Case G loves. WE have a fine stork of Linen Sl Pupcr Collars, Linen and ether Handkerchiefs. have, a tremendous ttock of Shoes iiiid IJ-joU Tor ' Ladies. Gent's and Children.. w E never deceive our Cusfcmore but fell our' Goods lor. what they are. taRRORO MLE DEMY. riTUE SPRING SESSION OPENS -L January 6th, 1873. Eugish and Mathematical Tmtion from twa;uty-tive dollars-to tMrty dollars. Languages ten dollars each additional. Charges from time of entrtaee, and no de duction tor less than four week. Board H2 50 per mouth. Afer middle of seesion 12 percent, added to unpaid charges. Refer to Uie Principal FiOXK B. WlLhiSSoN, jany run vi ir WE have Hats in Silk, Flush mri Wool, alsi Caps for Men au'J Boys. WE call special ai tent ion to o;: Fine -Mem and Boys Clothrr,. WE invito all to examine out Goods before buying their Win ters fcuppiy. H. WrilTLOCK & CJ. DOV. i i .